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Nenjil Movie review
Nenjil proves the importance of screenplay and handling over the story in a movie when it comes to entertainment. The movie contains a traditional story, that of lovers fighting against all odds and is populated by stock characters. But with a cute romance, a racy screenplay and a strong climax, it keeps us thoroughly entertained throughout.
Arinthum Ariyamalum fame Navdeep is back with this pulsating action flick.This may be an oft-repeated theme in Kollywood, but the racy narration by director Selva makes the movie interesting.
Nenjil, starring Navdeep and Aparna in lead roles, is packed with romance and action in the right mix and is sure to regale those who like their films to throb with intensity and entertainment.
Navdeep naturally takes centre stage, flexing his muscles with bravado. Aparna gives good company and provides eye candy.
This movie begins with a group of 10 members selected in a lucky draw departing to London. This group includes Anand (Navdeep), Priya (Aparna), Krishnamurthy (Thalaivasal Vijay), Kalyani (Ranjitha) and Vellam (Vadivelu).
A series of events makes Anand and Priya fall in love with each other. Their tourist guide Rishi (Manish) is also interested in Priya. Rishi makes a series of plans to separate Anand and Priya.
Meanwhile, Krishnamurthy and Kalyani try their level best to get the couple united. How Anand emerges triumphant from all the troubles and marries Priya forms the rest of the story.
For Navdeep, it is a complete shift from the role he played in his previous movie, Arinthum Ariyamalum. He has done a good job in action sequences. His histronics too show signs of improvement. Aparna is an adequate foil to him. Equally impressive is Manish playing the bad guy.
D. Imman has come out well with peppy tunes. Selva shows plenty of promise in handling a gritty masala theme. He has the spark. Produced by Gatpaham Entertainment Ltd in association with Candy Films Ltd., Nenjil has romance, humour and action in the right mix.